Embed, a leading worldwide supplier of point-of-sale and revenue management systems, has announced a new partnership with OpenEdge in order to offer integrated payment processing.
Embed is pleased to be partnering with OpenEdge, an integrated division of Global Payments Inc., to offer customers safe, secure and reliable payment solutions. Transactions will be securely managed and fully integrated with Embed’s Toolkit software.
This solution will prevent double entry and human error, as well as saving time on reconciliation. Customers will now be able to conduct transactions within the software solution, instead of exiting to a third-party platform. All payment types are supported, including kiosk, POS, online, Chip and PIN, NFC, and tip authorization.
A flexible solution
“We are excited to leverage our single international API and worldwide footprint to form a technology partnership with Embed to offer a comprehensive payment solution delivering more flexibility, ease of use and operational benefits for their customers,” says Robert Cortopassi, President of Global Payments Integrated.
“The result is an embedded commerce solution that delivers a more secure and dependable integrated payments product, providing industry-leading customer service to Embed’s customers anywhere in the world.”
“The partnership with OpenEdge reinforces our commitment to offering the best products and services available in the market. OpenEdge ensures our operators can access a central system for secure reliable payment solutions through all aspects of our Toolkit and Kiosk solutions. Which means reconciling daily payments is easy because all payments are recorded directly in the software, making end-of-day reporting a breeze.
“This is part of our ongoing focus to provide tailored solutions to help our customers drive more profits for their business by increasing their revenue, reducing their costs and achieving their business goals,” says Renee Welsh, CEO, Solutions Group, Embed.
Customers who sign up for the new solution are currently being offered a free Ingenico device.
Embed also recently announced that is the first company to go to market with the Mobile Wallet, a virtual game card that guests can add to the Apple Wallet or Google Pay.